Chapel Hill: Sports

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East Main Street downs Ghost Riders

A 7-6 victory over Ghost Riders last Thursday left 300 East Main Street as the last undefeated team in fall co-rec softball.

Ghost Riders bounced back Tuesday to defeat Southern Rail and improve to 3-1, while Fightin’ Squids won 14-3 against Bread & Butter to move into a tie for third place. Both Fightin’ Squids and Southern Rail were 1-2 after Tuesday’s games.

300 East Main, which didn’t play Tuesday, was 3-0 heading into its next game.

Tigers start off 2-0 in tennis

Chapel Hill is off to a good start in fall tennis. The Tigers blanked Big Eight rival Northwood 5-0 on Monday and then went to Roxboro to defeat 4A Person by a 6-3 score Tuesday. Ria Das, Gabby Kimec, Rosemary Yin and Hailey Polsky all went 2-0 in singles in the wins. Jay Stouffer, Morgan Alderman and Gabe Chew each won one singles match.

Youth Hoops still has openings

It’s Saturday morning sessions are sold out, but the Youth Hoops Basketball fall clinics still have openings for Saturday and Sunday afternoons.

The Youth Hoops series at Woods Charter School is designed for boys and girls, ages 6 to 14 years old, with a concentration on ball-handling and individual skills. They’ll begin on Aug. 23 and run through Oct. 5, with a registration fee of $149.

Players can sign up for classes that will be held 1-2:15 p.m. on Saturdays or 2:30-3:45 p.m. Sundays.

For more information, see or call Coach John Berry 919-533-5919.

CHHS cancels some early contests

Thursday’s JV football game between Riverside and Chapel Hill has been canceled by mutual agreement.

Also, a scheduling conflict for The Pride caused the cancellation of Tuesday’s soccer game between Leesville Road and Chapel Hill.